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Azerbaijani President`s UAE visit in Middle East media’s spotlight

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Baku, February 4, AZERTAC 

The official visit of President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev to the United Arab Emirates has drawn attention of Middle East media outlets. Most of the Arabic media agencies as well as leading western TV channels highlighted the visit of the Azerbaijani leader.

Several Arabian media outlets, such as Emirates News, Dubainform, The National, Al Khalij, Gulf News, as well as VAM state agency published articles covering the details of the visit.

The articles emphasize that further development of multilateral relations with Azerbaijan is of particular importance for the Gulf region, and also focus on the Armenian aggression towards Azerbaijan and occupation of 20 percent of the Azerbaijani territories.

The articles also highlight the talks between President Ilham Aliyev and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of the UAE Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, Emir of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, including those relating to cooperation in the political, economic and energy areas, mutual investment and partnership in the tourism sector.

WAM agency published materials and photographs reflecting important moments of meeting of President Ilham Aliyev with officials in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, as well as a visit of the Azerbaijani President of Sheikh Zayed Mosque complex and famous building Burj Khalifa.

Azerbaijan, which is expected to host the Fourth Islamic Solidarity Games next year, is the focus of the Muslim countries. For the Muslim world, Azerbaijan plays a strategic role of a bridge between Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East. From this perspective, the Azerbaijani President's visit to the region is the main guarantor of the further development of multilateral relations.

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